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Devil May Cry V succeeds in recapturing the zest of the series' past but is ill-equipped to evolve beyond it.
Wargroove is as much a throwback to Advance Wars as it is a subtle evolution of the formula.
Some might say you can’t teach an old laptop new tricks, but the new Gigabyte Aero 15 X9 begs to differ.
Anthem is uplifted by a unique setting, stunning visuals and thrilling sense of scale and speed. However, it’s brought back down to earth by a thousand inevitable comparisons that leave it wanting.
Apex Legends is the gaming year’s first big surprise and an impressive free-to-play debut from Respawn.
Sunless Skies offers a world of few limits and rich storytelling but its open-ended design isn’t going to be for everyone.
For some, Sunless Skies is going to be an arduous journey. For others, it’ll be a vivid destination.
Resident Evil 2 plays things a little safe but there’s plenty to like all the same.
The Resident Evil 2 remake is days away from launch, and with plenty of editions of the game available to pre-order, which is the best edition for you? The game is set to come in three versions; Standard, Deluxe and Collector’s Edition, with the latt...
Ashen distills the Dark Souls experience into a game that you could recommend to just about anyone.
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GRIS is a game that’s small in scope - and that quality works both for and against it.
There’s a compelling setting and gameplay loop to be found here but, sans any effort to build on that foundation beyond the obvious, it doesn’t take long for Mutant Year Zero to wear out its welcome.
There’s some value to be extracted through social play - but little else of worth or merit to be found in these here ruined landscapes of West Virginia.
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